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Twin Falls 44, Jerome 31

JEROME — The Bruins picked up a conference win against Jerome, but not without overcoming tough play early.

“I felt like the game got physical in the first quarter,” Twin Falls head coach Nancy Jones said. “But we did a pretty good job settling down after all that. We needed that conference win.”

Morgan Harr led the Bruins with 14 points, while Sage Swan posted a double-double for Twin Falls with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Kailey Harrison led Jerome with 12 points.

The Bruins move to 3-2 in-conference with the win (7-8 overall) and will host Wood River on Wednesday. Jerome (5-9, 1-4) goes out of state to play Logan (UT) on Saturday.

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Twin Falls 44, Jerome 31

Twin Falls 6 15 8 15 — 44

Jerome 13 1 6 11 —31

TWIN FALLS (44) – Kylie Baumert 9, Morgan Harr 14, Paige Beem 8, Morgan Cargile 3, Sage Swan 10.

JEROME (31) – Tiffani Warren 3, Grace Capps 1, Nicole Cook 5, Mercedes Bell 1, Jordan Hill 6, Chynna Myers 3, Kailey Harrison 12.

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Minico 60, Canyon Ridge 24

RUPERT — The Spartans stood strong at home, downing Canyon Ridge to stay undefeated in the Great Basin Conference.

Saydi Anderson and Taylia Stimpson led the Spartan effort with 17 points and 15 points. Caitlin Crist topped Canyon Ridge’s scoring column with nine points.

Minico (10-5, 5-0) will travel to Jerome on Wednesday, while Canyon Ridge (2-11, 0-5) will host Burley the same day.

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Minico 60, Canyon Ridge 24

Canyon Ridge 6 7 8 3 — 24

Minico 15 17 20 8 — 60

CANYON RIDGE (24) – Bethany Romney 4, Kyndra Schulz 2, Alexa Thomas 4, Lynzie Bryant 1, Orion Shirley 2, Caitlin Crist 9, Alicia Beverly 2.

MINICO (60) – Maura Merrill 2, Saydi Anderson 17, Rachel Baliola 3, Taylia Stimpson 15, Bailey Black 2, Taycee Harper 10, Madison Vorwaller 10, Claire Buettcher 1.

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Burley 52, Wood River 26

BURLEY — According to Burley head coach Roger Caresia, the Bobcat defense was solid throughout the Great Basin Conference game in the win over the Wolverines.

Burley’s Jemilynn Mahoney led both teams with 14 points and Sydney Pilling tossed in 10 for the Bobcats as well.

Wood River (3-9, 1-4) will host Kimberly on Saturday, and Burley (10-5, 4-1) will host Canyon Ridge on Wednesday.

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Burley 52, Wood River 26

Wood River 4 11 4 7 — 26

Burley 9 7 18 18 — 52

WOOD RIVER (26) — Luci Cuellar 2, Sariah Nilsen 4, Grace Parke 3, Patrea Topp 5, Payson Bennett 5, Hailey Bjorkman 3, Audra Mary 4.

BURLEY (52) — Natalie Rice 2, Sydney Pilling 10, Hallie Cook 7, Robecca Tolman 4, Jaida Page 7, Ashley Shirley 2, Jemilynn Mahoney 14, Kelsie Pope 6.

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Shoshone 61, Raft River 37

SHOSHONE — The Indians improved to 12-1 overall and 5-1 in the Snake River Conference with the home win over the Trojans.

Shoshone junior Patti Fitzgerald finished with a team-high 14 points, followed by Cierra Hennings with 12 and Bailee Owens had 10.

Shoshone finished with 21 steals as a team. Hennings had six steals and seven assists to go with her 12 points.

“We played hard the second half with lots of effort,” Shoshone head coach Tim Chapman said.

Amanda Carpenter led Raft River with 12 points. Raft River (3-9, 2-4) will host Grace on Saturday, and Shoshone (12-1, 5-1) will be at Hansen on Saturday.

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Shoshone 61, Raft River 37

Raft River 7 10 13 7 — 37

Shoshone 17 10 23 11 — 61

RAFT RIVER (37) — Kamri Ottley 9, Bailey Loughmiller 2, Jessie Ward 2, Carlee Boden 1, Amanda Carpenter 12, Audah Jones 9, Kassie Warr 2.

SHOSHONE (61) — Adara Prior 2, Patti Fitzgerald 14, Bryanna Perry 8, Bailee Owens 10, Megan Koonce 2, Cierra Hennings 12, Monce Rivas 4, Ari Regalado 9.

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Valley 44, Glenns Ferry 19

HAZELTON — Freshman Makenna Kohtz posted 18 points as the Vikings defeated the Pilots in a home Snake River Conference game.

Glenns Ferry Sage Wootan was the leading scorer for the Pilots with eight points.

Glenns Ferry (5-10, 0-7) will host Oakley on Saturday. Valley (6-8, 2-4) will host Hagerman on Tuesday.

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Valley 44, Glenns Ferry 19

Glenns Ferry 9 5 2 3 — 19

Valley 11 16 10 7 — 44

GLENNS FERRY (19) — Luisa Garcia 2, Sage Wootan 8, Talli Crone 2, Hannah Hedelius 1, Fabby Arevalo 6.

VALLEY (44) — Katie Johnson 6, Broganne Mangum 2, Railey Hodges 2, Makenna Kohtz 18, Kelsey Henry 3, Shevelle Hurtado 1, Bailey Stephens 5, Tory Lewis 7.

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Carey 66, Castleford 29

CAREY — The Panthers opened the North Side Conference with the home win over the Wolves.

Carey junior Lindsey Morey was the leading scorer for the game with 14 points, followed by Athana Versis and Kylie Wood with 12 and Shantell Chavez with 10. Sophomore Sydney Schoth led Castleford with nine points.

“We played a good game,” Carey coach Merrilee Sears said. “The girls made the extra passes for better shots.”

Carey (5-6, 1-0) is at Mackay on Friday. Castleford is at Hagerman on Monday.

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Carey 66, Castleford 29

Castleford 5 8 11 5 — 29

Carey 21 15 19 11 — 66

CASTLEFORD (29) — Alondra Rivera 3, Julia Lilly 2, Sydney Schoth 9, Maddy March 8, Grace Loman 1, Aubrey Mahannah 4, Zoey Mitton 2.

CAREY (66) — Bailie Morey 2, Lindsey Morey 14, Shantell Chavez 10, Noelia Cruz 2, Rylee Smith 6, Athana Versis 12, Kourtney Black 2, Kylie Wood 12, Kodi Green 6.

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Boys basketball

Filer 53, Gooding 44

GOODING — Filer senior Nick Meyerhoeffer led all players in the Wildcats’ Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference win over the host Senators, finishing with 21 points.

Kaden Peron added 14 points for Filer. Gooding was paced by Cayden Loveland with 17 points.

“The kids played hard and aggressive, but we couldn’t make shots in the fourth quarter,” Gooding head coach Chris Comstock said. “And Filer made their free throws in the quarter to put the game away.”

Filer (5-3, 1-0) will host Declo on Saturday, and Gooding (0-7, 0-2) will be at Sugar-Salem on Saturday.

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Filer 53, Gooding 44

Filer 10 14 14 15 — 53

Gooding 16 7 11 10 — 44

FILER (53) — Nick Hale 5, Garret Miskin 4, Nick Meyerhoeffer 21, Josh Hughes 3, Kaden Peron 14, Ashton Karel 2, Cade Ackerman 3.

GOODING (44) — Shane Jennings 4, Jayden Mullins 5, Cody Faulkner 7, Shawn Pamplona 9, Cayden Loveland 17, Skyler Cheney 2.

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Dietrich 72, Hansen 40

HANSEN — The Blue Devils cruised past Hansen behind big games from Kade Shaw and Slade Dill.

Shaw led the game in points with 28, and Slade Dill recorded a double-double with 14 points and 23 rebounds.

“Slade ran the floor really well tonight and Kade just hit some lights out shots,” Dietrich head coach Wayne Dill said.

Chase Ellison led the Huskies in scoring with 11 points.

Dietrich (7-1, 2-0) will host Declo on Saturday. Hansen (3-6, 1-2) will travel to Murtaugh on Tuesday.

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Dietrich 72, Hansen 40

Dietrich 18 18 17 19 — 72

Hansen 14 9 12 5 — 40

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DIETRICH – Tel Shaw 6, Brady Power 2, Raygn Robertson 15, Kade Shaw 28, Slade Dill 14, Lon Page 7.

HANSEN – Paxton Stimpson 9, Dylon Thompson 2, Tuff Huizar 6, Chase Ellison 11, Kade Pinther 2, Johnathan Camarillo 2, Kaedyn Hancock 8.

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Carey 71, Castleford 37

CASTLEFORD — Hayden Wayment score 26 points to lead Carey to a road win over Castleford.

“We got up and down the floor well tonight,” Carey head coach Dick Simpson said. “We shot well too. We were 47 percent (from the floor) tonight.”

Shawn Poulson led the Wolves with 15 points.

The win moves Carey to 8-2 (2-0 conference) as the Panthers go back to back, travelling to Mackay on Friday. Castleford (1-7, 1-3) will host Community School on Tuesday.

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Carey 71, Castleford 37

Carey 21 11 25 14 — 71

Castleford 13 4 19 1 — 37

CAREY (71) — Carson Simpson 4, Houston Hennefer 12, DJ Parke 8, Kaden Koudelka 8, Hayden Wayment 26, Brigham Parke 5, Max Dilworth 4, Raymond Peck 4.

CASTLEFORD (37) — Shawn Poulson 15, Rick Aguirre 2, Michael Rich 2, Carter Schlider 5, Kolby Taylor 13.

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Murtaugh 66, Lighthouse Christian 63

TWIN FALLS — Pablo Miranda powered the Red Devils past Lighthouse Christian in a tightly-contested road win, snapping the Lions’ seven-game winning streak.

Miranda drained a game-high 26 points for Murtaugh. All five Lions scored in double digits, with Jordan Bradshaw leading them at 17.

Murtaugh (5-5, 3-1) will travel to Raft River on Friday. Lighthouse Christian (7-2, 3-1) will stay at home against Richfield on Wednesday.

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Murtaugh 66, Lighthouse Christian 63

No score by quarter was given.

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (63) — Jordan Bradshaw 17, Karsten Brandsma 10, Peyton Lookingbill 12, Logan Stephens 14, Alex Shetler 10.

MURTAUGH (66) — Kolby McClure 12, Guillermo Zavala 10, Graden Diamond 3, Pablo Miranda 26, Austin Smith 4, Kade Setoki 4, Tyler Chatelain 7.

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Bliss 42, Community School JV 23

BLISS — The Bears powered past Community School at home.

Sergio Covarrubias led all scorers with 16 points for Bliss. Caelin Bradshaw topped the Community School score column with seven points.

The Bears (2-6) will travel to Glenns Ferry on Tuesday, while Community School will travel to Castleford on Tuesday.

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Bliss 42, Community School JV 23

Community School 4 8 5 6 — 23

Bliss 6 12 13 11 — 42

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (23) — Jamie More 2, Levi Woods 4, Jackson Giles 6, Caelin Bradshaw 7, Ethan Hunt 4.

BLISS (42) — Colbyn Doerr 2, Sergio Covarrubias 16, Bronson Morin 3, Kaleb Gabriel 5, Sven Rasmussen 6, Tica Carlos 10.

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Wrestling

Kimberly 39, Gooding 27

Spring Creek 60, Kimberly 21

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Girls bowling

Minico 11, Gooding 3

High individual: Loren Bywater (M), 173.

Burley 11, Gooding 3

High individual: Alex Hutchinson (B), 133.

Gooding 13, Declo 1

High individual: Carly Muir (D), 119.

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